Kochi

[koh-chee; Japanese kaw-chee for def 1]
noun
  1. a seaport on central Shikoku, in SW Japan.
  2. Formerly Cochin. a seaport in W Kerala, in SW India: first European fort in India, built by Portuguese in 1503.
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Examples from the Web for kochi

Contemporary Examples of kochi

  • The Indian coast guard was called and a few days later, they intercepted the Enrica Lexie and guided it to the port of Kochi.

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Historical Examples of kochi

  • An interesting thing in Kochi is the area by the sea in which two crops of rice are grown in the year.

    The Foundations of Japan

    J.W. Robertson Scott


British Dictionary definitions for kochi

Kochi

noun
  1. a port in SW Japan, on central Shikoku on Urado Bay. Pop: 326 490 (2002 est)
  2. another name for Cochin (def. 2)
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